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Thanks harbor oaks for getting me claen and sober!
I’ve been to Best Drug Rehab twice now. For 5 years I struggled with a heroin addiction and 2 years ago my parents sent me to BDR. Going there completely changed my life. The staff were really nice and helped me get through my detox with as little discomfort as possible. Getting through that initial period where I didn’t know anyone, wasn’t comfortable in my surroundings and felt awful was a lot easier with the staff that were there. Going through the Best Drug Rehab program was beyond helpful. During my program, I came to understand why I had started using in the first place and what I needed to do in order stay clean. After finishing that first program I went home and was clean for over a year. In that time, I started working, went back to school and overall did really well. I ended up relapsing 6 months ago and while it’s awful that I relapsed I was able to handle it quickly. I went to my parents, told them I had relapsed and that I wanted to go back to BDR. They sent me right away and I started my 2nd program. What was great about going to BDR the 2nd time was that they didn’t make me feel awful about relapsing but instead just helped me get a handle on it. I learned just as much the second time as I did the first. I’m back home again and I’ve been clean for 4 months now. Going to Best Drug Rehab helped me stay clean. Going there also helped me get back on my feet really quickly when I did relapse.
Close to home, female only. In need of many things such as exercise activities, healing, one on one counseling etc. They teach you just how to live a normal daily routine while attending only one AA meeting a day, and if your lucky one NA meeting a month.